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How to take care of peeling cuticles or skin wedges

First of all you will need to answer the question of whether you have provoked the peeling knowingly or unknowingly. Sometimes the skin around the nail may dry and flake due to improper manicure.

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The most common myths about manicure

Myth #1 – You should not file your nails back and forth because this leads to cracking. You should only file your nails in a single direction. Actually, back and forth filing of the nails is completely harmless if you use a 240 grit file or finer.
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Proper care for problem nails

If your nails are yellowing It is most likely that you have a vitamin C deficiency. The easiest and most efficient way to cure this problem is a massage with freshly squeezed lemon, grapefruit or blackcurrant juice. You should also try to include these fruits in your diet.

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The golden rules of perfect hands

  Always (absolutely always!) use rubber gloves when doing housework.
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Nuance – an important factor in choosing nail polish

Choosing nail polish turns out to be an uneasy task, because it takes into consideration multiple factors. Not every color will bring out the best in your nails. If you are like most women and have trouble choosing the proper nuance of nail polish, then heed the following advice.
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What we still don’t know about nails

 There are a lot of curious facts about nails. You will find some of them below.
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Tips on nail polishing techniques

If you want your nails to look flawless you have to be very careful and attentive during the polishing process. The most basic thing is to start polishing when your hands and nails are completely dry. Wait for at least one hour after bathing, showering, swimming or doing the dishes before you take up ...
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